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Knitted with Woolly!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Brambles Beret by Susixs on RavelryI’m hoping you enjoyed last week’s tour of beautiful items knitted with Natura yarn – this week, I’ll be showing you a gorgeous selection of things knitted with Woolly!

Breathtaking is the only word I can use to describe this Brambles Beret by Susixs on Ravelry. The Woolly shade she used is so icy and lovely, and the delicious stitch detail on that pattern makes me want to reach out and touch it.

The Free Brambles Beret pattern by Amanda Muscha is available on Ravelry and Knitty, where it was originally published.

 

Endpaper Mitts by Shnuck93 on Ravelry

These beautiful Endpaper Mitts by Shnuck93 on Ravelry really do have the exquisite texture of lovely endpapers in a classic book volume.

Stitched in two shades of Woolly, they look perfect for book lovers in need of cozy hands! If you’re not familiar with colorwork in knitting, this would be a great pattern to explore.

The Free Endpaper Mitts pattern by Eunny Jang is available via Ravelry and on her blog, See Eunny Knit.

 

Log Cabin Baby Blanket by Caroscrap on RavelryThere’s nothing more delicious than a cozy garter stitch blanket, and this stunning Log Cabin Baby Blanket by Caroscrap on Ravelry is no exception.

Stitched up in no less than 18 shades of Woolly – this is a fabulous sampler of color and texture.

If you’d like to knit your own Log Cabin – there’s a great Log Cabin Blanket tutorial on Very Pink.

Mother Daughter Mitts on Country MaisonI’m loving the sweetness of these Mother Daughter Mitts on Country Maison. Knitted up in two pastel shades of Woolly – they look perfect to keep hands cozy and fingers free for crafting.

The Free Diagonal Eyelet Mitts pattern is available on Creativeyarn – it’s a great introduction to knitted cuffs if you’re a beginner!





 


Knitting Natural Life

Monday, January 12, 2015

Knitting Natural Life- Come experience natural knitting throughout the DMC booth #715 at this years Vogue Knitting Live which begins on January 16-18, 2015 at the Marriot Marquis in NYC.

As we approach the event I will be doing a spotlight every day on the various yarns that will be available at the show, including inspirational items being made from our yarns.  Today I wanted to introduce consumers to the world of Woolly Yarn.  Woolly_leaflet_9

What makes Woolly Yarn so fabulous. DMC Woolly Merino Wool is beautifully soft to the skin. Sourced from Australia it is 100% natural and renewable. Woolly’s unique quality comes from its long, thin fibres that give superior softness to the touch and a feeling of comfort when against the skin.

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Woolly Yarn is available in 48 beautiful colors with patterns and inspiration. We can’t wait to show you at Vogue Knitting Live just how amazing this yarn is, plus its 100% natural and renewable, we just love that! For More info on DMC Woolly Merino Wool visit DMC UK site!Woolly_47

Are you excited yet about DMC Woolly Merino Wool? We are and can’t wait to share it with you.  You can visit us at our booth # 715 at the show.  If you can’t be there, we will be streaming photos, videos and more from the show. 

Woolly_9Only a few more days to enter to win a fabulous DMC Woolly Natural Knitting Kit at Vogue Knitting Live Contest Page through January 15, 2015.  To enter just click the highlighted link above.

Registration is still open on the Vogue Knitting Live Website.  Stop on by, say hello and shop till your hearts content. See you guys soon.  Till then keep knitting!

 





 


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